|Cessant - Phil Thomson|
Based on sounds by Bill Jarboe. More similar collaborative pieces can be found at .
|klk007 - Phil Thomson|
My release on Wesley Matsell's klk records (England) .
|skid - Phil Thomson|
A piece based on processed digital feedback.
|soft - Phil Thomson|
Two pieces made from data sonification.
|Greater and More Immediate - Phil Thomson|
On the Iraq Invasion.
|Four Trios (High Bitrate) - Phil Thomson|
A high-bitrate version of the Four Trios. These pieces were based on a crash dump file from Windows 2000 converted into audio. The "trios" to which the title refers are sets of three pieces, whereby the first piece in each set is the output of the convolution of the other two.
|Feed - Phil Thomson|
This piece is made entirely from processed digital feedback. The sound of digital audio thinking about itself.
|Machine Languages - Phil Thomson|
A collection of computer music compositions drawing on soundscape composition and glitch. The pieces are based on field recordings from such diverse locations as Istanbul, Turkey (courtesy of Erdem Helvacioglu); Karosta, Latvia (courtesy of Derek Holzer); and Vancouver, Canada. See also the digital video "Machine Visions," which is hosted in the Open Source Movies Collection.
|Systasis III - Phil Thomson|
Drones and just intonation.
Keywords: Drone, Ambient
Downloads: 437 (1 review)
|Phonal - Pinspor [pan076] - Phil Thomson|
Phytizing airmodes conce. Phing wils unhammitch. Phraptic duceivel phers. Phickish ard phons.
Keywords: Abstract; Electronic; IDM
Downloads: 505 (1 review)
|acoasma - Phil Thomson|
A piece made with data sonification. An acoasma is an auditory hallucination, and this piece is meant to be what a computer might hear if it was hallucinating.
|Four Trios - Phil Thomson|
A set of pieces based on data sonification. The "trios" in the title of this collection are the grouping of pieces in sets of threes. The first piece of each trio is the output of the convolution of the other two. The source of all these pieces was a crash dump file generated by Windows 2000 converted to audio.
|synat - Phil Thomson|
Though many of these sounds are evocative of nature, they are all purely digitally synthesized. The title "synat" thus serves as an abbreviation for something like "synthetic nature."
|practical - Phil Thomson|
This piece is based on a violin practice recorded onto microcassette by Bill Jarboe, who doesn't really play the violin. More collaborative audio here: http://www.punck.net/ctrlaltcanc/ctrl13/ctrl13phil&bill.html
|Salt Merchant - Phil Thomson|
Based on a reading of Marcel Duchamp's "A l'infinitif" by the author.